Leading New York elder law attorney Lawrence Davidow was recently in Tucson visiting a friend. We talked him into joining us for a discussion about elder law. Our question: how does the practice of elder law in his home state differ from our Arizona experience?
Lawrence left New York just as their coronavirus cases began to come under control. After he arrived in Tucson our state’s experience began to deteriorate significantly. As you might imagine, we talked about what he had seen among his older clients in New York and how that differed from what he was seeing in Arizona.
Shortly after we talked with Lawrence he returned to his New York elder law practice. Of course, in the meantime New York officials imposed a two-week self-quarantine requirement for travelers from Arizona (among other states). We wish him — and his practice — all the best in this difficult time.